We believe that every girl should have the chance to experience and benefit from Girl Scouting. Our Outreach Program works to bring Girl Scouting to those girls who would otherwise not be able to be Girl Scouts. Through partnerships with local Boys and Girls Clubs, YMCAs, YWCAs, and other organizations, as well as public, private and charter schools, our Council delivers Girl Scouting programs and activities right in girls' communities. By bringing Girl Scouting to underserved communities, girls who often face socioeconomic hurdles, poverty, and crime are able to reap the benefits of Girl Scouting, which include leadership, courage, confidence, character, and connection to other Girl Scouts.
In 2007, our council expanded our Outreach program, providing over 4,700 girls across the peninsula with leadership programs and skill building activities.
The Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay relies on the generosity of donors to keep these worthwhile Advocacy and Outreach programs going for the benefit of thousands of girls across the Peninsula. Click here to find out how you can help.